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CrimsonCode Hackathon

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Project ended on November 17, at 12:00 AM PST
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CrimsonCode Hackathon

What is the CrimsonCode Hackathon? 

We are Washington State University’s first-ever and only programming event organized by students, for students. Our goal is to create an environment that allows participants with diverse backgrounds and perspectives to collaborate, innovate, and learn. On February 18-19, 2023, this 24-hour event will challenge participants to showcase their skills and abilities along with pushing beyond their limits.

How you can support us:

The CrimsonCode Hackathon is a large event with hundreds of participants. Since we provide food, t-shirts, and prizes, the costs add up quickly. The best way to help us make this event a reality is by contributing a financial donation. All the money raised goes directly into the hackathon, and if we exceed our target it just allows more students to get involved. If you work in the tech industry and are interested in giving a talk, donating company swag, or donating your time to help with judging, please get in touch with us at!

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Donate today and help ACM make this year's CrimsonCode Hackathon the largest one yet!

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Shirts & Swag!

Help every student feel proud and accomplished for participating in the 24-hour Hackathon by providing them with a shirt and some swag.


Meal for one!

This will cover the cost of one student's first day meals. Help them stay strong while they compete.


Meal for the Event!

Help a student power through the whole 24-hour Hackathon on a full stomach!


Full Team Support!

Provide a team of 4 with SWAG and FOOD for the whole 24-hour event.


Meal for 2 Teams!

Help motivate two full teams of participants to the finish line by providing them food for the whole event!

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